Wednesday, February 5, 4:30-5:30pm (Location TBA)
Ann Diener’s most recent drawings are comprised overlaying images of the city of Los Angeles as it now exists onto the historical blueprint, recording spaces from different time periods and its cacophony of architecture as diverse as its population. Diener received her BA from UCLA and her MFA from UCSB. One-person exhibitions include Bank Gallery, Los Angeles, the Art, Design and Architecture Museum at UCSB, Electric Works Gallery San Francisco and the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (now Museum of Contemporary Art). She was a resident artist at the American Academy in Rome, Italy and at Kaus Australis in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Her work has been reviewed in The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle, The SF Weekly, Artweek, Art Ltd., Art on Paper, the Santa Barbara News-Press and Santa Barbara Independent.
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